Police recruitment: Bauchi CP visits center, warn against any form of corruption

Samuel Luka, Bauchi

The Bauchi state Police Commissioner, Auwal Musa Muhammad has warned all persons taking part in the ongoing recruitment exercise in Bauchi against any act that is capable of distorting the exercise.

CP, Auwal who gave the warning while monitoring the recruitment exercise of constables at the Yelwa Center in Bauchi, said nobody is allowed to be at the venue of the recruitment center with money.

“I am here on a routine visit to the recruitment center that we have here in Bauchi state. The process for the recruitment of constables as initiated by the police service commission in conjunction with the inspector general of police and the ministry of Police affairs is going on well as you are seeing it”, the CP said.

“The whole thing is for us to ensure that there is no any breach of protocol. We want all the processes to be adhered to as directed by the IGP, Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun and the Chairman of the police service commission, retired IGP Solomon Arase”, the Police Commissioner stated.

“All people have been warned especially those that are going to partake in the recruitment process that they should shun corruption no body is allowed even to come with money around”, he added.

CP Auwal assured that the recruitment process is going to be perfected to ensure that the Bauchi state Command under his watch gets the best for the Nigerian Police.

He said that the recruitment process is in line with the desire of the Nigerian Police Force to have more personnel across the country.

CP Auwal disclosed that now that the federal government has taken the bull by the horns by trying to take care of the personnel strength of the Nigerian Police, it was incumbent on to take the initiative all seriousness.

“This is a very serious welcome development and we are going to support the federal government, the IGP and the chairman of the police service commission to ensure that the recruitment process is corrupt free and straight forward”, he vowed.

“The essence of my visit which I will continue to do from time to time is to make sure that all the directives given by the IGP and the chairman of the police service commission are being adhered to”, CP informed.

While announcing that the Bauchi state Command has already formed a good synergy in the process, the police commissioner expressed delight that no rancor has been recorded since the beginning of the recruitment exercise in the state.

“There is no any rancor and we pray that God Almighty will see us through in the next coming three weeks so that we will be able to have the best for the Nigerian Police and the Nigerian people as a whole”, the CP concluded.

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